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MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Pusat Sitasi Malaysia 03-88706812 03-88706509 mcc@mohe.gov.my http://mycc.my


RESEARCH RESEARCH PROBLEM

CYCLE
CONDUCTING
DISSEMINATION
RESEARCH

 Research is not complete


until it is published
 Researcher are the
consumers and contributors
to scholarly communications
~ they share and publish
research findings in
scholarly publications to
DOCUMENTATION FINDINGS
make it known and available
to wider community 2
Scholarly Outputs Scholarly Publications

• Various outputs created • Can be in a form of articles,


by researchers in the abstracts, presentations at
course of their research professional meetings and grant
efforts and one common applications, etc.
output is in the form of • The main vehicle to disseminate
scholarly publications findings, thoughts, and analysis to
the scientific, academic and
communities.
• To measure the impact of the
scholarly works, tracking the
scholarly output through
publication data is requires.

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 Scholarly journals are also known as refereed
journals, peer-reviewed journals or academic
journals are periodicals that contain a number
of articles published on a regular basis at
SCHOLARLY JOURNALS

certain intervals.

 Their main purpose is to disseminate new


knowledge and research findings.

 The first scholarly journals appeared in 1665


when the French Journal des Scavans and
the English Philosophical Transactions of
the Royal Society first began systematically
publishing research results.

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EVERY SCHOLARLY JOURNAL MUST DEMONSTRATE
FOUR FUNCTIONS, WHICH ARE:

Registration ~ establishing the


author’s precedence and ownership
of an idea

Dissemination~ communicating the


findings to its intended audience

Certification ~ ensuring quality


control through peer review

Archival record ~ setting up a


permanent storage system for
published works so that they can be
accessed at any time in the future
In 2015, STM (International Association of Scientific, Technical
and Medical Publishers) reported that:

• 28,100 active indexed


Visibility • Thus, getting included in
scholarly peer-reviewed the citation indexes is
journals, published >< • Due to the huge amount vital to raise visibility and
2.5 million articles a year of journals available, attracting readers, authors,
reviewers and increase the
making it visible is vitally journal’s contribution to
important scholarship overall

Citation
28,100 Indexes
VISIBILITY VS ACADEMIC VISIBILITY

VISIBILITY ~ expanding the scope of publications to wider


audiences across disciplines and industries to extend outreach
and usage

Academic visibility relates to the dissemination,


accessibility, and recognition of scholarly works produced by
academic faculty members

Scholarly recognition and reputation increases as visibility


increases from works being frequently referred to

Tan, Jaslyn (2014). Maximizing the impact of your research paper. WILEY
HIGH VISIBILITY WILL LEAD TOWARD:

The higher the number


Increased brand The more
Content being of submissions, the
familiarity that citations
referred to and better the choice of
will leads to received, the
cited more what to be included in
increased author more impact has
frequently the journal ~ raise the
submissions the journal
quality of the journal
The success of a journal depends on developing a loyal readership,
who will become part of the scholarly community, citing the content,
and tell others about the value of the journal. In order for this to
transpire, the journal need to be discovered ~ the journal need to be
indexed…
• Being indexed in a global citation databases is a major
attainment for journals worldwide ~ getting included in the
GETTING right indexes is vital:
INDEXED • to raise visibility and attracting new readers, authors
and reviewers;

• will make articles more discoverable;

• make the content more useful for researchers; and

• increase the journal’s contribution to scholarship.

• Some index are extremely difficult to join due to their strict


regulations and requirements ~ by meeting the strict
inclusion requirements, it demonstrate the quality of the
journal and the value it provides to the discipline.
GETTING INDEXED BRINGS WITH IT:

For the researchers it


Quality assurance of the
A measure of country’s ultimately translate into
journals to the scientific
scientific performance greater scientific visibility,
community,
quality and impact.
WHAT ARE INDEXES?
Indexes are tools, primarily online, used by researchers to
find scholarly and scientific content.

Some indexes provide a list of journal titles, along with


links and subject categorization.

Some indexes carry more prestige than others, and


inclusion in it will reflect very well on the quality of the
journal.
Search
Engines

Regional
Indexes Types General
Indexes
of
Citation index, will
indicate how many times
Indexes
a particular article has Quality
Citation Assured
been cited (or referenced) Indexes Indexes
by other articles within the
index.
Metadata from
journals (article
titles, abstracts,
authors, etc.)

CITATION
INDEX
Track the
citations of the
articles
Source: Elsevier (2016)
TYPES OF ETHICS COMPLAINTS

• Fabrication of data or cases FFP


SERIOUS
• Wilful falsification of data
• Plagiarism
• No ethics approval
• Not admitting missing data
• Ignoring outliers
• No data on side effects
• Gift authorship
• Redundant publication
• Inadequate literature search FFP = Falsification, Fabrication,
Plagiarism
QRP = Questionable Research Practice
ESTABLISHMENT OF

15 February 2011 ~ The Ministry of Higher Education initiated the


idea of establishing Malaysia Citation Center (MCC).

The plan was a manisfestation of the Ministry’s commitment


towards realizing a National Repository for Scholarly
Publications.

This is in line with the aspiration to improve and increase the


ability and competitiveness of the nation’s Higher Learning
Institutions, especially in producing quality impactful
scholarly publications
TO PREVAIL AS THE EXCELLENT ORGANIZATION IN
UPHOLDING SCHOLARLY KNOWLEDGE OF
MALAYSIA

EMPOWERING MALAYSIA’S SCHOLARLY KNOWLEDGE


VISIBILITY TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF
INNOVATIVE ECOSYSTEM IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY
OF EDUCATION AND INSTITUTIONAL EXCELLENCE
BEFORE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
There is no central agency conducting citation index for Malaysia’s
scholarly publications

There is no agency monitoring the performance of Malaysia’s


scholarly publications

There is no central agency that perform data analytic for performance


of Malaysian scholarly outputs

There is no central advisory agency for Malaysia’s journal chief-


editors to get advise on how to improve the quality of their
publications and get in indexed at international levels
1. To empower and enrich the nation’s repository for
scholarly publications
2. To generate, analyse and disseminate analytical

5 data on the nation’s scholarly publications


performance
3. To enhance the visibility of the nation’s scholarly
OBJECTIVES publications through collaboration with regional and
international indexing agencies
4. To monitor performance of the nation’s scholarly
journals for inclusion in the international index
databases
5. To highlight the nation’s excellent researchers
and institutions basedon the quality of their
20
scholarly publications
11th MP
CHAPTER 5:
ACCELERATING HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
FOR AN ADVANCED NATION

Focus Area C
Strengthening lifelong learning for skills enhancement

Strategy D1
Enhancing access and quality to improve student outcome

MALAYSIA EDUCATION BLUEPRINT 2015-2025 (Higher Education)


SHIFTS 2, 7 & 10

EMPOWERING AND
ENHANCING THE MONITORING HIGHLIGHTING THE
ENRICHING THE GENERATING, ANALYSING
VISIBILITY OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE NATION’S EXCELLENT
NATION’S REPOSITORY AND DISSEMINATING
NATION’S SCHOLARLY NATION’S SCHOLARLY RESEARCHERS AND
FOR SCHOLARLY ANALYTICAL DATA
PUBLICATIONS JOURNALS INSTITUTIONS
PUBLICATIONS

5 PILLARS OF MCC
MAIN FUNCTION OF MCC –
SUPPORTING THE UNIVERSITIES
INITIATIVES TO IMPROVE THEIR
RANKING AND HIGHLIGHTING THE
EXCELLENCE TALENT BASED ON
VISIBILITY AND PERFORMANCE OF
THEIR SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
MCC PRODUCTS
Bilangan Artikel Mengikut Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi Tempatan -MyJurnal

UniSZA 74

USIM 136

UniMAP 145

UMT 231
53,641 No of articles
458
Journal
from 117 Institutions
UNIMAS
UMS
349

396
Every year more than 4,000
UTeM 409
articles indexed
Institutions Language UMP 431

72.0%
Institut of Higher Education
UTHM 469

UPSI 702

13.8%
Profesional Bodies & Association
UIAM 1043

UIAM 1,043
9.9%
Government Agencies
UiTM 1,530
Private Universities

UTM 2,661
4.2% USM
Private Agencies 2,829

UPM 3,607

UM 5,777

UKM 6,225

0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000


MyCite – Citation Database in Asia Pacific
Chinese Taiwan
Thai Journal Korea Indian
Science Science CiNii
Citation Citation
Citation
Index
(Japan)
Citation
Index
Citation
Index
MyCITE
Database Index
1989 1996 2001 2005 2007 2009 2011

MyCite
32,418 No of Articles
138Journal
More than 80,000 authors from 146
countries

Institutions Language
78.7%
Higher Learning Institutions

14.2%
Professionals Bodies & Associations

7.1%
Government Agencies
MyJMS
Malaysia Jurnal Management System
Malaysian Jurnal Management System
(MyJMS) provide:

1. To encourage the Malaysian journal ‘s


publisher to manage their publication
ONLINE

2. Save RESOURCES, TIME and COSTS for


journal publishing

3. ONLINE system that support author and


editors in MANAGING PUBLISHING

4. Manage and organise the publishing and


review process of articles efficiently
Malaysian Researcher’ Identity (MyRID)

MyRID provide:

1. Open Researcher and Contributor ID


(ORCID) used as an exchange platform
and build profile of local researchers

2. The system allows researchers to build a


unique ID as their identifier; manage and
access their publication centrally.

3. Provide a comprehensive database of


local researchers in the subjects field

4. Increase visibility of researchers and local


publications
For the past more than 360 years researchers, reviewers, editors have been giving away their
work for free;

• they want their work disseminated in the most prestigious journals.


• they want their research available to the widest possible audience.
• they write articles for IMPACT, not for money.

Thus, journal’s editor should strategies to maximize the exposure and enhance the visibility of
the articles to the scholarly world (scientists, prospective authors, journalists and wider
public).
“The impact of a research is the degree to which
it has been useful to other researchers”
(Bornmann, Mutz, Neuhaus, & Daniel, 2008, p.
93).

The impact measure takes into account


MEASURING reputation per academic product and
expresses the amount of attention generated
SCHOLARLY by the scholarly output

IMPACT

How to measure the


impact?
SEVERAL MEASUREMENT OF SCHOLARLY IMPACT:

Scientific impact – quality of publication measured using the number of received


citation

Industrial impact – measured by counting the number of citations received from


those publications published by R&D of the industries in international journals

Innovation impact – number of received citations from a pattern

Societal impact – number of attention received by the articles through social media.
CITATION PUBLICATION SCHOLARLY SCHOLARLY
INDEX DATA OUTPUTS IMPACT
1. Publication activity ~ show willingness to share research findings.

2. Authorship/collaboration patterns ~ show evidence of working with other


authors, with various areas of research and institutional affiliations.

3. Citations to publications ~ demonstrates knowledge transfer of research


findings

4. Citation patterns ~ demonstrates how original research is being used, by


whom, in what areas of research, and where.

5. Grant acknowledgement networks ~ show how original research is being used


by other research groups and who is funding those projects.

6. Cross-disciplinary of research efforts ~ demonstrates sharing of expertise


and efficient use of resources.

7. Research trends represented by journals and articles ~ illustrate changes in


publication activity and possible evidence of cross-disciplinary efforts.

8. Public engagement or activity noted for the work.


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INCREASE THE
PERFORMANCE
INCREASE OF SCHOLARLY
JOURNAL’S OUTPUTS
INCREASE IMPACT
AUTHOR’S H- FACTORS
INCREASE INDEX
CITATION
INCREASE COUNT
VISIBILITY OF
GETTING PUBLICATION
INDEXED in
CITATION
INDEX
DATABASES
WAYS TO MEASURE SCHOLARLY OUTPUTS

Citation Analysis

Various methods used to measure


h-index
the scholarly impact.

Impact Factor
MEASURING SCHOLARLY OUTPUTS
• Citation analysis involves counting the number of
times an article is cited by other works to
measure the impact of a publication or author
Citation Analysis • Purpose: to find out how much impact a
particular article/author has had, by showing
which other authors cited the work within their
own papers.

• An index to quantify an individual’s scientific research output.


• It is one specific method utilizing citation analysis to determine
an individuals impact.
H-Index • It is based on the set of a researcher’s most cited papers and
the number of citations that the researcher has received in
other people's publications

• IF is a measure of the frequency with which the


average article in a journal has been cited in a
particular year.
Impact Factor (IF) • It is used to measure the importance or rank of a
journal by calculating the times it's articles are
cited.
The number of papers published is important,
however, the number of times the work is
cited is more important because it indicate
the impact that the research has on the field.
Increasing citation • Discoverability of the publication
count have a
• The productivity and quality of the
positive impact on researcher work
researcher’s; the
• The impact of the research in the
number of
field
citation will
• Attract funding
demonstrate:
Have knowledge of
Publish rigorous, Ask yourself “is my the journals you may
Have a focused area
original and work going to be want to publish in (do
of research
significant research cited?” researchers in your
field publish there?)
INCREASE CITATION COUNTS
Cite your past work when it is relevant to a new manuscript

Carefully choose the keywords


Do not reference
every paper you have Use keywords and phrases in the title and repeatedly in the
written just to Choose the keywords abstract
increase your citation that researchers in Use a consistent form of your name on all of
count your field will be Repeating keywords your papers
searching for so that and phrases will Make sure that your
the paper will appear increase the
in a database search. Using the same name information is correct
likelihood the paper on all of your papers
will be at top of a will make it easier for Check that your name
search engine list, others to find all of
making it more likely and affiliation are
your published work. correct on the final
to be read
If your name is very proofs of your
common, consider manuscript
getting a research Check that the
identifier, such as an paper’s information is
ORCID or a accurate in database
ResearcherID searchers
INCREASE CITATION COUNTS
Make your manuscript easily accessible

Share your data


If your paper is not
published in an open-
access journal, post Present your work at conferences
Sharing research data
your pre- or post- can increase citations
publication prints to a Use social media
repository Consider posting to It will make your
data sharing websites, research more visible Actively promote your
such as SlideShare, or to the academic and Provide links to your work
contributing to research communities papers on social media
Wikipedia and such as Facebook,
providing links to your Talk to other
Twitter, Academia.edu, researchers about
published ResearchGate,
manuscripts. your paper, even ones
Mendeley and not in your field, and
university profile page email copies of your
paper to researcher
who may be interested
Create a blog or a
website dedicated to
your research and
share it
The impact factor of a scholarly journal is a measure
reflecting the average number of citations to recent
articles published in that journal.
It is a ratio of citations to publications and used as
a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within
its field.
HOW TO INCREASE
• A journal needs a certain • Having a great editorial board • A pleasant review experience • Need to have good reviewers
number of publications per or published by a prestigious will encourage people to that can provide good
year in order to receive an publisher can create a belief in submit their work. I.e., allow comments on how to improve
impact factor. authors that the impact factor different file formats, give the quality of the article
• Higher quality publications will will be high in the future and quick initial feedback, get good
receive more citations soon will be a respected reviewers, etc.
journal

Create belief in authors Make the submission


Publish quality over Use editorial process to
that impact factor will process more pleasant
quantity. improve articles.
rise. for authors.

• Articles need to be well • Allowing authors to post copies • It can be helpful to find a
indexed by relevant scholarly online or making articles open niche. I.e., rather than being
search engines. access will increase the level of the 4th ranked journal on a
discoverability of the articles. more general topic, your
journal can be the best or 2nd
ranked journal or a more
refined topic.

Make articles free and


Make articles easier to open access or at least
Find a niche.
find. have a liberal copyright
policy.
CITING ARTICLES
FROM A JOURNAL IS Encourage authors
to cite the journal.
AN INDICATION THAT
THE ARTICLE IS ON
TOPIC, BUT THIS HAS Encourage editors to cite
articles from the journal
in their other work
THE POTENTIAL TO irrespective of
relevance.
BE ABUSED -
Collaborate with
editors from related
journals to
encourage citations
of each others
journals
Getting included in the citation index databases
is vital to raise visibility and attracting readers,
authors, reviewers and increase the journal’s
contribution to scholarship overall.

Inclusion of journals in citation index


databases will reflect very well on the
quality of the journal.
MyJurnal (432;
50,328 articles)

MyCite (138;
34,473 articles)

Scopus (81)

ACI (75)

ESCI (34)

WoS
(13)
No Journal Titles Total Cites Rank Journal Impact Eigenfactor
Factor Score
1 Al-Shajarah (Indexed in AHCI)

2 Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health (Q2) 1411 81/172 (Public, Environmental & 1.722 0.00267
Occupational Health-SCIE)
55/153 (Public, Environmental &
Occupational Health-SSCI)
3 Asian Myrmecology (Q2) 65 46/94 (Entomology) 1.100 0.00031

4 Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society (Q2) 394 145/321 (Mathematics) 0.640 0.00164

5 Journal of Tropical Forest Science (Q3) 503 48/66 (Forestry) 0.612 0.00077

6 Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science (Q3) 104 62/86 (Information Sc & Lib Sc) 0.476 0.00026

7 Sains Malaysiana (Q3) 574 47/63 (Multidisciplinary Sciences) 0.350 0.000136

8 Malaysian Journal of Pathology (Q4) 171 71/78 (Pathology) 0.754 0.00029

9 Tropical Biomedicine (Q4) 665 34/36 (Parasitology) 0.685 0.00159


17/19 (Tropical medicine)
10 Journal of Oil Palm Research (Q4) 302 104/124 (Food Science) 0.544 0.00032

11 Malaysian Journal of Computer Science (Q4) 65 122/130 (CS, AI) 0.476 0.00010
96/105 CS, Theory & Method)
12 Neurology Asia (Q4) 120 190/192 (Clinical Neurology) 0.196 0.00028

13 Journal of Rubber Research (Q4) 162 0.125 0.00006


85/85 (Polymer Science)
• Malaysia journals do have the international
publishing standard do not have impact in the
global citation database.
• Focused on the ethical practices, avoid:
1. Excessive self citation – journals self citations
2. Citation stacking – sister or brother journals
3. Predatory journal publishing practices
OVERALL PERFORMANCE (EDUCATION)
TOP 20 INSTITUTIONS (EDUCATION)

INSTITUTIONS
TOP 20 AUTHORS (EDUCATION)

UPM

UPM

UKM

UTM
UKM
UTM

UKM

University of Warwick

UTeM

UM

UM

UKM
MMU

UTeM
UKM

UTM

UTeM

UPSI

UTM

UM
TOP JOURNAL (EDUCATION)
SUBJECT AREA : EDUCATION

(JOURNAL INDEXED IN SCOPUS –


MALAYSIAN JOURNAL)
MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
SUBJECT AREA : EDUCATION
(WOS 2012-2016)
TOP 20 INSTITUTIONS (EDUCATION)
TOP 20 AUTHORS (EDUCATION)
TOP 10 ARTICLES (KEYWORDS – EDUCATION)
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

1 Advanced Journal of Technical and Vocational Education


2 Al-Qanatir International Journal of Islamic Studies
3 ASEAN Journal of Open and Distance Learning
4 ASEAN Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education
5 Asia Pacific Journal of Educators and Education
6 Asian Education Action Research Journal
7 Asian Journal of University Education
8 CREAM : Current Research in Malaysia (Penyelidikan Terkini di Malaysia)

9 e-Academia Journal
10 Education in Medicine Journal
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

11 EDUCATUM Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology


12 EDUCATUM Journal of Social Sciences
13 e-Jurnal Penyelidikan dan Inovasi
14 ESP Malaysia
15 GSE E-Journal of Education
16 IAR Journal of Social Science
17 Idealogy Journal
18 International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation in Education
19 International Journal of Business Management
20 International Journal of Creative Future and Heritage (TENIAT)
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

21 International Journal of Early Childhood Education and Care


22 International Journal of Education, Psychology and Counseling
23 International Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education
24 International Journal of Industrial Management
25 International Journal of Service Management and Sustainability
26 Issues in Language Studies
27 IUKL Research Journal
28 Journal of Academia Universiti Teknologi MARA Negeri Sembilan
29 Journal of BIMP-EAGA Regional Development
30 Journal of Cognitive Sciences & Human Development
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

31 Journal of Contemporary Issue and Thought


32 Journal of Contempory Islamic Studies
33 Journal of Creative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching
34 Journal of Engineering and Science Research
35 Journal of Global Business and Social Entrepreneurship
36 Journal of Hadith Studies
37 Journal of Human Capital Development
38 Journal of Human Development and Communication
39 Journal of ICT in Education
40 Journal of Interdisciplinary Research in Education
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

41 Journal of International and Comparative Education


42 Journal of Management & Science
43 Journal of Mechanical Manufacturing
44 Journal of Nusantara Studies
45 Journal of Problem-Based Learning
46 Journal of Research, Policy & Practice of Teachers and Teacher Education

47 Journal of Science and Mathematics Letters


48 Journal of Sustainability Science and Management
49 Journal of Tamil Peraivu
50 Journal of Technical Education and Training
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal
51 Journal of Technology and Operations Management
52 Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Science
53 Journal on Technical and Vocational Education
54 Journal Online Jaringan Pengajian Seni Bina
55 Jurnal Kemanusiaan
56 Jurnal Kepimpinan Pendidikan
57 Jurnal Kinabalu
58 Jurnal Kurikulum & Pengajaran Asia Pasifik
59 Jurnal Pembelajaran Sepanjang Hayat
60 Jurnal Pendidik dan Pendidikan
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

61 Jurnal Pendidikan
62 Jurnal Pendidikan Awal Kanak-kanak Kebangsaan
63 Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Melayu (Malay Language Education Journal)

64 Jurnal Pendidikan Bitara UPSI


65 Jurnal Pendidikan Malaysia (Malaysian Journal of Education)
66 Jurnal Pendidikan Sains & Matematik Malaysia
67 Jurnal Pengurusan Awam
68 Jurnal Penyelidikan Pendidikan
69 Jurnal Sains dan Matematik (Journal of Science and Mathematics)
70 Malaysian Journal of Co-operative Studies
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION

No. Jurnal

71 Malaysian Journal of Distance Education


72 Malaysian Journal of Educational Technology
73 Malaysian Journal of Information and Communication Technology
74 Malaysian Journal of Learning & Instruction
75 Malaysian Journal of Social Administration
76 Malaysian Journal of Sustainable Environment
77 Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Management
78 Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Sciences
79 Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology
80 Management Research Journal
JOURNAL WITH SUB DISIPLIN - EDUCATION
No. Jurnal

81 Masalah Pendidikan
82 Pemimpin (The Leader)
83 Pendeta Journal of Malay Language, Education and Literature
84 Sains Humanika
85 Sains Insani
86 Social and Management Research Journal
87 TAMU Tinta Artikulasi Membina Ummah
88 The Pertanika Journal of Scholarly Research Reviews
89 Ulum Islamiyyah The Malaysian Journal of Islamic Sciences
90 UMRAN - International Journal of Islamic and Civilizational Studies
91 ZULFAQAR International Journal of Politics, Defence & Security
ASSESSMENT OF MALAYSIA’S SCHOLARLY JOURNALS

SCOPUS/WoS/ACI/ISC

MyCite

MyJurnal
Journal
Journal

• MyJurnal is a national repository


Journal of scholarly journals
• All articles in the journals are
indexed and evaluated its
performance based on a set of
evaluation criteria.

Scopus WoS ACI ISC


To ensure a wider accessibility and
availability of the nation’s scholarly
outputs, productivity and also to
contribute towards achieving the
nation’s aspiration to be a developed
country in 2020, let’s make Malaysian
scholarly outputs more VISIBLE...

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